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I have a 2004 Cayenne S . Iddle suddenly went down to 500rpm and it vibrates when accelerating . Also seem loss of power .Engine light is on since a while and mecanic could not find anything else then oxygen sensor

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Replace all spark plug first.
It Cheap and ez before replace oxygen sensors

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